April 16, 2018

Often, the charges against cannabis users are tied in with the usual stoner clichés: laziness, poor work ethic and reduced memory function. In this article, we will discuss some emerging research on the topic working memory and cannabis, finding out once and for all what cannabis use does to our memories. New Evidence And Old […]

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The Boston Globe reports Colorado Senator Cory Gardner is crafting a bill that would prevent the federal government from interfering with states that have voted to legalize cannabis for recreational or medicinal purposes. The Senator is busy recruiting several co-sponsors for the bill, and he has received assurances from President Trump that he would sign such a […]

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Couples who smoke together, stay together, according to a 2014 study published in the journal ‘Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.’ The study followed over 600 couples for a span of 9 years and measured their behaviors over that time. Researchers found that couples who used cannabis were less likely to have violent relationships compared to non-users. […]

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The nation’s leading sleep medicine group is opposing the use of medical cannabis and synthetic marijuana extracts for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Late last year, the Minnesota Department of Health announced that OSA would be added to the state’s medical cannabis program list of chronic medical conditions. But in a newly published […]

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By recognizing that potential, Andrews became an important voice for entrepreneurs in Alberta’s emerging cannabis industry in just a few short years. He co-founded of the Alberta Cannabis Collective, which will represent cannabis retailers across the province once Bill C-45 is law. He also co-founded a private retail company called Aylmer Nelson, which has already […]

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